Canada gets majority government for the first time in seven years

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Maybe the Italian-style election-a-minute situation in Canada will be put to rest…

USD/CAD is firmer despite political jitters being squelched after a late surge in poles by the New Democratic Party. Lower oil and commodities prices and rising risk aversion are taking a toll. USD/CAD trades at 0.9533.

2011-05-03T12:24:49+0000

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Jamie Coleman

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  1. Hi Jamie, Have a nice day today. Do you have any confirmation about the expiration time of the day option @1.4800? Thanks

  2. Options expire daily at 14:00 GMY, 10 am NY time…

  3. The best part of the Election was the Bloc Québécois (the party that wants Québec to separate from Canada) getting their butt handed to them. They had 47 seats going into the election and ended up with 4 after.

  4. @Mano et all, and the 2nd best thing was the Liberals who forced the election on the ruling party, also got their ass handed to them – their phony-baloney issues did not work on the general voter, who recognized Canada is a damn good place to be in today’s world, so why rock the boat. They got their due, unfortunately we the tax paper got to pay for the lost gov’t productivity and election cost so the Liberals could exercise “democracy.” Food for thought IMO.

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